Argentina’s Bravo signs with Pachuca and says Mexican soccer is tempting


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Argentina's Bravo signs with Pachuca and says Mexican soccer is tempting

The Argentine Ruth Bravo affirmed that the Mexican women’s league has become so seductive that she could not resist signing as a reinforcement of Pachuca for the Apertura 2021.

“The Mexican league has become tempting, the competition has grown a lot, it is a league that attracts people to learn and enjoy football a lot and I couldn’t resist coming to Pachuca,” said the midfielder in her presentation.

Bravo, 29, arrives from Rayo Vallecano of the Spanish League, a country where he also played for Deportivo Tacón in the second division. In Argentina, he wore the Boca Juniors shirts in 2018 and Estudiantes de la Plata in 2015.

Ruth Bravo, who will wear the shirt with the number 28 and will be Pachuca’s first foreigner, acknowledged being amazed with the facilities of her new team.

“I am surprised by the club, because few countries have these facilities and infrastructure. The League has grown too much and all the teams are betting on this branch, that makes the league more competitive,” he said.

The one born in Salta claims to have been selected in the 2019 World Cup in France and defined herself as a footballer who puts her leg in strong when necessary.

“I am a player of character, of which if the ball passes, the player does not pass; I am dying to play and I will always give my all. I give my heart in every game.”

The midfielder confessed that she knew the work of the Spanish coach Antonia Is, who left the technical direction last Wednesday due to family problems, but who already spoke with Jaime Correa, the new strategist.

“I have already spoken with the coach, I am at his disposal; I know that he has just arrived and I hope to help with my football what the team needs.”

Alan Calleja, sports director of the women’s Pachuca, stressed in the presentation that there are great expectations in what Ruth Bravo can give Pachuca.

“We are excited about Ruth’s presentation. She has played in Argentina, Spain, in the national team and is our first foreigner. For the time we have known her we know that she is more than a player, she is a great human being,” said the manager.

Bravo left Rayo Vallecano after two seasons, both under the command of coach Carlos Santiso, in which he played 38 games, 25 as a starter, and scored a goal.

Before her arrival at Rayo, Ruth Bravo already knew the Spanish League after her time at CD Tacón in the 2018/2019 campaign, which she arrived from Boca Juniors, with whom she won the Argentine Women’s Super Cup.


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